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Acute Coronary Events Drop After Italy's Public Smoking Ban

... coronary deaths. The January 2005 comprehensive smoking ban in Italy included all indoor public places such as offices, retail shops, restaurants, pubs and discos. Young people living in low socioeconomic areas seemed to have the greatest reduction in acute coronary events after the smoking ban, re...

Acute coronary events decreased after public smoking ban in Italy

... smokers, businesses and workplace owners and managers. The prohibition included all indoor public places such as offices, retail shops, restaurants, pubs and discos. Researchers compared the rate of acute coronary events from 2000 to 2004 to those occurring in 2005 after the ban was enforced. Resear...

Man Walking to California for Son Approaching Finish Line

... Marklund, and to raise as much money as possible for Marklund. He took a grass-roots approach, stopping in dozens of local hardware stores and corner pubs along his route, where he was often given the floor and sometimes a sandwich or a glass of water -- and if he was lucky, a dollar or two towards his c...

Accordions Breathe Easier Since Smoking Ban

...Irish workplaces has improved air quality in Irish pubs as well as the health of musical instruments -- su... found a significant reduction in air pollution in pubs and an improvement in respiratory symptoms in Iris... Musicians, including Garvey, frequently gather at pubs to play traditional music together. In addition to...

Smoking Bans Spawn 'Smirting': Flirting While Smoking on the Street!

...sh were the first ones to discover the magic of smoking and flirting when their ciggy ban started in March 2004. The ban meant that smoking in pubs became illegal, as it was the work place for bar staff. This situation actually gave birth to a huge subculture in Irish society as smoking customers ...

Blunder Leaves Smoking Ban Up in Smoke in Stoke

... Smokers can merrily puff away without fear of prosecution in one English city's pubs because officials failed to introduce powers to impose a national ban, the local council admitted Wednesday . Stoke-on-Trent has been dubbed "...

Pubs Propose to Sell Nicotine Gum Patches

... suffer cravings. Taking advantage of changes in the regulation of nicotine replacement products they are going to supply nicotine gum machines to the pubs across the country. Under the legislation, smoking will be banned in shops, offices, factories, pubs, cafes, restaurants, membership clubs, pub...

Ban on Smoking is Not a Magic Wand to Reduce Health Inequalities, UK Campaigners Warn

...ountry would come down dramatically, by as much as 600,000. But anti-smoking campaigners are not so sure. "The affluent in their smoke-free pubs and restaurants are likely to forget that, for most disadvantaged people, rates of smoking are still very high," says Deborah Arnott, director of Acti...

Shisha Owners Mobilise Against July 1 Smoking Ban in England

...on that it violates human right laws. The ban which starts on Sunday covers virtually all enclosed public places including offices, factories, pubs and bars, but not outdoors or in private homes. England will become the last part of the United Kingdom to go smoke-free: smoking was banned i...

Public Places in England Go Smoke Free

...ned in public places, including station platforms, pubs and restaurants. Those breaking the law wi... halls, expect to suffer from the new regulations, pubs around the country are looking forward to the ban,... Indeed, the Mitchells and Butlers chain of pubs said in September that its restaurant activities g...
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Smoking ban dramatically reduces air pollution in Irish pubs

...t national smoking ban on environmental tobacco smoke exposure in 42 Dublin pubs and among 73 male bar staff members who received pre- and post-ban lung fun...noted that there was an 80.2 percent reduction in benzene concentrations in pubs after the ban, having already established the ambient outdoor levels for be...
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